Minister hints at cash help for riot-torn Oldham

Harding, David
June 2001
Public Finance;06/08/2001-06/14/2001, p13
Trade Publication
Reports the inclination of the government to help fund the repair work in Oldham, England. Damages due to the occurrence of riots in the town; Plans for rebuilding the trust.


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